Version: 2.0.89 (using KDE 4.5.80)
Saving an attachment with more than one dot in it results in all but the last dot being replaced with underscores.
For example, test.tar.gz becomes test_tar.gz
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a file with two dots in the filename, e.g. test.tar.gz
2. Attach it to an email and send it to yourself (or someone using kmail).
3. Open the received email, or open it from your sent-mail folder. Notice that the filename is as expected (e.g. test.tar.gz).
4. Right-click the attachment and save-as. Notice that the filename in the save-as dialogue has been changed as described (e.g. test_tar.gz).
All dots in the filename are replaced with underscores, except the final dot.
The filename shouldn't be changed!
SVN commit 1205780 by tokoe:
Enable the 'replace dot by underscore in filenames' feature
only in enterprise build where the user base might not be familiar
with the special meaning of dots in filenames.
M +2 -0 stringutil.cpp
WebSVN link: http://websvn.kde.org/?view=rev&revision=1205780
Thanks Tobias, I didn't realise this was actually a 'feature'.